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Saturday, July 03, 2010

Plan for the Fourth

The July 4th holiday is wicked big here in Marblehead.
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There is an undercurrent of history here because of the committment that Marblehead had to the Revolution and the part that Marbleheaders had in significant operations including the battles in Boston  and Trenton, NJ.
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Mike came home from Europe last night and had some great stories to tell about London and Majorca.  And Kate is already home with JackDog.
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This year, we'll have the grandkids over and Mike and Kate will be helping out.  After some FreshAyer, Tommy O, his brother Jimmy and I will be pulling the traps and sneaking a few trolls down Bluefish Alley.
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I hope that we will end tthe afternoon with ten or more lobsters.  Jimmy, who is an award winning chef at Bobby Brynnes down on the Cape, is in charge of cooking up this batch of  tasty critters and some will undoubtedly end up gracing a pot of macaroni and cheese.
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I'm also really looking forward to seeing the fireworks tomorrow from a cookout at Dave and Debby Clarke's newly renovated house down by Marblehead Harbor.   Dave owns Essex Builiding and his work is very high quality, and since I appreciate great craftsmanship, I will be happily viewing his latest work.
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Plus their son, Nathaniel and his squeeze, Meghan are here from DC.  Both qualify for the coveted title of Superpeeps and I always look forward to hanging out with them.
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And the weather looks very accommodating for these great plans.

Tuna Lips said...
Sounds like a right fine time to be had, Had by some, that being. Unless you choose to snap a few polearoids of some fine breasted gals and share them with us, sorta a made in the USA salute to Uncle Sam! I support this keragjus effort on yer paart, you gofer it, Boomer! USA! USA ! USA!

Lauren Rathbone said...
This month's Coastal Living Magazine has Marblehead featured as one of the top 10 places to celebrate fourth of july. Happy 4th .





2 comments:

  1. tuna Lips7:14 PM

    Sounds like a right fine time to be had, Had by some, that being. Unless you choose to snap a few polearoids of some fine breasted gals and share them with us, sorta a made in the USA salute to Uncle Sam! I support this keragjus effort on yer paart, you gofer it, Boomer! USA! USA ! USA!

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  2. Anonymous2:22 PM

    This month's Coastal Living Magazine has Marblehead featured as one of the top 10 places to celebrate fourth of july. Happy 4th Lauren Rathbone

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